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Glenn tops Culver in penalty kick shootout
John Glenn scored three penalty kicks during a shootout, and the Lady Falcons claimed a Northern State Conference victory over visiting Culver, 3-1 on pks Wednesday.
Erin Patterson, Erica Morris and Erica Igel all found net in the shootout for Glenn, while Kayla Shaffer scored Culverâ€™s lone pk.
Patterson scored on a penalty kick in the 12th minute of regulation to put Glenn on the board, and Elizabeth Buck scored on a Justina Weiss assist in the 39th minute to give the Falcons a 2-0 halftime edge.
Culver evened the score with a pair of goals by Shaffer, however, as she notched a score on a pk in the 41st minute and tallied another goal on a Shakkira Harris assist in the 70th minute top force the shootout.
â€˘ JOHN GLENN 2, CULVER 2
(Glenn wins shootout, 3-1)
Shootout: Glenn 3 (Erin Patterson, Erica Morris, Erica Igel), Culver 1 (Kayla Shaffer)
Glenn â€” Patterson (PK), 12th minute
Glenn â€” Elizabeth Buck (Justina Weiss), 39th minute
Culver â€” Shaffer (PK) 41st minute
Culver â€” Shaffer (Shakkira Harris), 70th minute
Shots: Glenn 7, Culver 7
Saves: Mariah Rippy (Glenn) 6, Mickella Hardy (Culver) 5
Corners: Glenn 5, Culver 3
Record: Glenn 3-7
Falcons beat Rochester
John Glenn beat host Rochester 5-1 on the road Wednesday.
James Frey notched a hat trick, and Alex Crump scored twice for the Falcons, who move to an even 5-5 on the season.
Troy Brassell made 13 saves in goal to help Glenn seal the win.
â€˘ JOHN GLENN 5, ROCHESTER 1
Glenn â€” James Frey (Rafael Castro)
Glenn â€” Frey (Conner Burns)
Glenn â€” Alex Crump (Joseph Schmalzried)
Rochester â€” Landon Notz (Devin Cox)
Glenn â€” Crump (Castro)
Glenn â€” Frey (Mark Einhorn)
Shots: Glenn 17, Rochester 18
Saves: Troy Brassell (Glenn) 13, Taylor Medina (Rochester) 5.
Records: Glenn 5-5, Rochester 2-6-2
Argos falls 2-1
Trinity broke a 1-1 tie in the 55th minute, and Argos fell 2-1 on the road Tuesday.
Ronald Tanner scored the Dragonsâ€™ lone goal in the seventh minute on a Dominic Cataldo assist as Argos took the early lead.
Zach Stockman made three saves in goal in the loss.
â€˘ TRINITY 2, ARGOS 1
At South Bend
Argos â€” Ronald Tanner (Dominic Cataldo), 7th minute
Trinity â€”Â John Rose (Ryan Busk) 13th minute
Trinity â€” John Loughran (Pat Couch), 55th minute
Shots on Goal: Trinity 5, Argos 12
Saves: Tim Pingel (Trinity) 11, Zach Stockman (Argos) 3
Culver loses 5-0
Culver was shut out 5-0 at home Tuesday against Lakeland Christian.
Marshall Anderson made eight saves in goal in vain in the loss for the Cavaliers.
â€˘ LAKELAND CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 5, CULVER 0
Scoring summary not available
Shots: Lakeland Christian Academy 18, Culver 4
Saves: Logan Pitts (Lakeland Christian Academy) 2, Marshall Anderson (Culver) 8
Corners: Lakeland Christian Academy 10, Culver 0
Plymouth earns rebound win
Plymouthâ€™s boys tennis team bounced back from its first dual meet loss of the season with a 5-0 Northern Lakes Conference win against Elkhart Memorial at home Tuesday.
Lane Singleton battled back from an opening-set loss at 2 singles to win in three sets, 5-7, 7-6(2), 6-4, while Joe Knapp and Jack Holloway won 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 at 2 doubles as both Pilgrims doubles lineups were modified at the meet.
The Pilgrims improve to 10-1 overall with a 4-1 conference mark and return to NLC action at Goshen today.
â€˘ PLYMOUTH 5, ELKHART MEMORIAL 0
Singles: 1. Gabe Vervynckt beat Spenser Gilbert 6-1, 6-4; 2. Lane Singleton beat Mazin Hakim 5-7, 7-6(2), 6-4; 3. Luke Bumpus beat Jacob Gaffney 6-1, 6-0
1) Connor Flynn-Matt Flynn beat Jerahmal Dudley-Kyle Grubb 7-5, 6-2; 2. Joe Knapp-Jack Holloway beat Elliott Denton-Chirag Patel 5-7, 6-4, 6-4.
Record: Plymouth 10-1 (4-1 NLC)
JV score: Elkhart Memorial 2, Plymouth 0
Argos loses at John Glenn
Argos volleyball lost to John Glenn 25-12, 25-19, 25-16 on the road Wednesday.
Sabrina Brown led the Lady Dragons in serving with perfect 14-of-14 efficiency and six aces. Brown also put away two kills, as did teammate Kelsey Kring.
â€˘Â JOHN GLENN 3, ARGOS 0 (25-12, 25-19, 25-16)
Complete results not available
North Judson battled to a win in 26 points in the opening set to seize the match momentum and beat Winamac 26-24, 25-19, 25-16 at home Monday.
Kayla Zimmerman led the Lady Bluejays attack with 12 kills, while Laura Bailey had 10 to complement 15 digs.
Elisabeth White set 35 assists with 13 digs and an ace in the win.
â€˘Â NORTH JUDSON 3, WINAMAC 0 (26-24, 25-19, 25-16)
At North Judson
Kills: Kayla Zimmerman 12, Laura Bailey 10
Aces: Elisabeth White 1, Kelsey Burger 1
Assists: White 35
Digs: Staci Allen 21, Bailey 15, White 13
Blocks: Bailey 3
JV score: Winamac 2, North Judson 1 (25-15, 24-25, 15-14)
8th grade football
Lincoln wins at Warsaw
The Lincoln eighth grade football team traveled to Warsaw and defeated the host Tigers 58-22.
Offensive Leaders were Jack Barron with three touchdowns, Steve Helm and Brayden Davidson with two touchdowns apiece, and Chris Roberts with one.
Jeremy Splix had five extra-point kicks, and Trent Garza, Nick Gadberry, Damien White, AJ Styers, Devin Straka, Josh Salyers, Caleb Mikesell and Matt Friar did a great blocking for they young Rockies.
Dylan Bockerich and Jeremy Splix had interceptions, and Tim Menefee had a fumble recovery. Also playing well were Ridge Zimmerman, Sam Stone, Bodie Niedig and Jake Rachielle.
7th grade football
Lincoln tops LaPorte
The Lincoln seventh grade football team overcame the rain and the cold on Wednesday night to defeat LaPorte Kesling 28-16.
The Rockies (5-0) grabbed an early 8-0 lead after quarterback David Bacon connected with Nate Nixon on 38-yard toucdown strike. Colten Schuler recovered a loose ball on a well-placed kickoff by kicker Dyllon Pavey, and he added six for the Rockies on a 24-yard touchdown run. Fullback Tristen McMillen added the Rockiesâ€™ other two scores on touchdown runs of 55 and 17 yards.
A stout defense led by defensive linemen Kylen Thomas, Jorge Quintana, James Smith and Trey Metheny kept the Komets from drawing close.
Jr. high cross country
BMS girls win Tippy Valley Invite
The Bremen Middle School girls won the the 27th annual Tippecanoe Valley Invitational with 48 points, while the Bremen boys missed fifth place by only seven points to finish sixth out of 12 teams.
The champion of the girls race was Brianna Andrews with a winning time of 13:05. while Madison Coffel was third for Bremen, Christina Prawatt was 10th, Ellen Fox came in 22nd with a season best of 14:39, and Emily Bickel was 23rd with a season best of 14:39.
In the boys race, Cole Spaid finished 20th with a season-best time of 13:07, while Hayden Fox finished 25th, Josh Dani was 32nd, Andrew Cullers was 39th, and Bryce Sterling came in 52nd.
14U girls travel soccer
Plymouth 14U wins opener
The Plymouth Travel Soccer Club U14 Girls got its season off and running on Saturday at Newton Park with a win over Michiana Echo, 3-1.
The girls went up quickly, as they found the back of the net with a goal by Margaret McKinnis on an assist from Caitlyn Cowell. Trying to keep the momentum going into half, Plymouth was able to penetrate down the field with Natalie Wright assisting Hannah Demont for another score.
Plymouth bounced back from an Echo goal in the second half and was able to seal the deal with Natalie Wright finding the net assisted by Ashley Roeder.
Katie Berg, assisted the team with her stellar performance and five saves in goal.
Plymouth plays Saturday at home with game time starting at 4:30 p.m.
Lady Chargers Lose in 4 to Kellogg
The Ancilla College volleyball team put lost in four tightly contested games at MCCAA Western Conference foe Kellogg Community College by scores of 27-25, 25-27, 19-25, 19-25 on Tuesday.
The Lady Chargers (1-4, 0-2 MCCAA Western) were led by freshman Kristen Trudell, who posted 18 digs, six kills and 29 assists on the night.
Miranda Hammons posted 29 digs, seven kills and two aces for Ancilla while Keri Friend and Haley Markley each added nine kills for the Lady Chargers.
Ancilla returns to action tonight as it hosts MCCAA Western Conference rival Lansing Community College at the LifePlex in Plymouth at 6:30 p.m. EDT.